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Michelin star awarded and ranked as one of the world’s Top Ten Best Restaurants by The New York Times, Din Tai Fung has its roots dating back to Taiwan 40 years ago. Tai Fung’s cuisine is all about harmony. Utilising the freshest ingredients paired with a relish for simple cooking styles, the recipe selection is never too rich or heavy on the palate, and is a fresh welcome given the increasing preference for healthy cooking. continue reading
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11:00 - 21:30
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11:00 - 21:30
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Level4 2014-03-10
We were here for lunch on a Friday and it was full house. Saw quite a number of Caucasians in this outlet as it's at a tourist attraction. I ordered a Lamian with Doubled Boiled Chicken Soup for myself, and also some other side dishes to share. La Mian with Double Boiled Chicken Soup: I like to order Double Boiled Chicken Soup whenever I go to Chinese restaurants. The one at Din Tai Fung had quite a few big chicken pieces in the soup. The meat was really tender and came off the bones really easily even when using just chopsticks to pull the meat off. The soup itself was nice but still can have a stronger chicken essence flavour. Prawn Paste Chicken Wings: This was good, the batter was thin and crispy. I could also taste the prawn paste.  Green Chilli Stuffed with Minced Pork: This dish didn't look appetizing at all due to the colour but it was yummy and I really liked it! This was nice with a subtle sweetness from the chilli and savouriness from the minced pork. The chilli wasn't spicy too. Pickled Cucumber: I liked this cold dish too, the cucumbers were nice and crunchy and really refreshing. Great as an appetizer. Not too sure what's in the sauce but I really liked it too. continue reading
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Level2 2013-09-25
We had lunch at Din Tai Fung at MBS during weekend and its a long queue as always... We ordered fried shrimp with veggies dumpling and it was served hot and crispy. I really liked it a lot. Not too oily and its healthy even its fried. We also ordered the cold salad as a starter while waiting for the main dishes. Totally the food is served well and the ambiance is very good. continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-05
The restaurant is quite crowded today, as it could be due to everyone coming to the area to view the national day preview's fireworks. The service is a bit slow as they look abit understaffed. Usually this outlet is one of least crowded during the weekends.Red Dates with Glutinous Rice ($4.50++)This is quite an interesting starter, as the glutinous rice is tasted like a tasteless paste, surrounded by sweet soft dates.Fried Rice with Pork Chop ($9.90++)This one of my favourite dishes in Din Tai Feng. The rice is round and pearly, different from the usual thai long grain rice, which makes a rather tasty fried rice. The pork chop is very tender and juicy.Steamed Crab Meat & Pork Dumplings ($9.00++/ 6pieces)The filling is quite meaty and juicy but the skin is not well cooked.Steamed Chinese Style Layered Cakes ($3.30++)I am quite disappointed with the cake. Firstly the layers are not well formed. The cake is quite plain in taste and not soft enough. It is a far cry from the ones which I have tasted in the restaurant in Taipei.Chilled Grass Jelly Topped with Sweet Black Glutinous Rice ($4.50++)It is quite cooling and refreshing, but the serving is a bit small.Overall the food standard is a far cry from the Taipei's outlet which I have tried before. The place is quite big and child friendly with areas to park prams. Children sized fork and spoon (which you could buy) for kids. Laundry bags to put your bags in. Not a bad place to visit with family. Hopefully the standard of food will be better. continue reading
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I still remember my first visit to Din Tai Fung. It was a rainy evening in Singapore, and my husband and I were mall hopping, trying to wait out the bout of rain splashing down the streets of Orchard Road. While window shopping, we passed a small groups of people waiting outside what looked like a slightly oversized coffee shop. Each group was holding a writing pad, which suspiciously looked like a cramped menu card. We were intrigued. Looking around, we saw a colourful menu board with photographs of loads of Asian dishes. While browsing through the menu we were surprised to see a small sign that said, “Top 10 best restaurants – New York Times”. Reading further we were in for another shock. The small cramped restaurant in the middle of the mall was in a fact Michelin Star restaurant. That was our introduction to Din Tai Fung.For full review:https://spicerover.wordpress.com/2013/07/31/din-tai-fung-the-affordable-michelin-star-wonder/ continue reading
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Level2 2013-03-16
Din Tai Fung is famous for its xiao long bao and some tim sums!i love their prawn omelet. it taste full of prawns every bite.their dumplings in spicy oil is another must try, but i love it with more chili!finally their xiao long bao! it is one of their awesome creation. they have different xiao long bao available from the traditional ones to the creative ones. however their service for this particular outlet is not that fantastic. we went in during tea time and it wasn't crowded. however the tea was served cold. when we requested for hot ones, the waitress simply told us to wait and she asked another waitress if it is true that we were served cold tea. so she merely wanted to top up to warm tea instead of changing to hot ones until we insisted on it. continue reading
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